Illinois School of Professional Psychology at Argosy University | Schaumburg is not currently enrolling students and the campus will be closing. If you are a current student with questions, please call 855-758-5660. If you are interested in an Argosy University program of study at another location or online, please call 855-758-5664.
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Our Clinical Psychology programs are designed to prepare practitioner-scholars whose scientific, theoretical and practical foundations enable them to meet the challenges of the diverse settings, populations and communities in which they serve.

We are Non-Profit.

The Doctor of Psychology in Clinical Psychology Program at the Illinois School of Professional Psychology at Argosy University | Schaumburg is accredited by the Commission on Accreditation of the American Psychological Association (APA).

Argosy University Schaumburg

Personal and Professional Preparation

The Illinois School of Professional Psychology (ISPP) at Argosy University, Schaumburg is located just northwest of Chicago in the charming community of Schaumburg. In our Master of Arts (MA) and Doctor of Psychology (PsyD) in Clinical Psychology programs, we’ve cultivated a collaborative academic environment, led by a faculty with nationally recognized scholars who encourage your development both as a person and as a professional.

Argosy University, Schaumburg

1000 N. Plaza Drive, Suite 324,
Schaumburg, Illinois 60173-4942

Illinois School of Professional Psychology at Argosy University | Schaumburg is not currently enrolling students. If you are a current student with questions, please call 855-758-5660. If you are interested in an Argosy University program of study at another location or online, please call 855-758-5664.

Local Training Sites

In 2012, we established the Northwest Suburban Internship Consortium, which is exclusively for our students and holds membership status with the Association of Psychology Postdoctoral and Internship Centers (APPIC).

In addition, our approved training sites include:

  • State mental health facilities
  • Out-patient clinics
  • Private and community hospitals and psychiatric units
  • Chemical dependence treatment programs
  • University counseling centers
  • VA organizations
  • Schools
  • Women's shelters
  • Treatment centers for developmental, emotional or behavioral disorders; and specialized programs in neuropsychology, forensics, eating disorders, rehabilitation, and other areas.

News & Events

Jelena Djurovic, M.A., co-authored an article that was recently published in OBM Integrative and Complementary Medicine

Illinois School of Professional Psychology at Argosy University | Schaumburg Doctor of Psychology in Clinical Psychology candidate Jelena Djurovic, M.A., co-authored an article that was recently published in OBM Integrative and Complementary Medicine.

The Efficacy of Mindfulness-Based Interventions on Depressive Symptoms and Quality of Life: A Systematic Review of Randomized Controlled Trials

Djurovic became involved in the project through a friend at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center, Los Angeles, California.  This work was carried out in collaboration between several authors. 

See http://ge.argosy.edu/programoffering/797 for program duration, tuition, fees and other costs, median debt, salary data, alumni success, and other important info.

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Chicago's Sharma and Yarbrough Serve on RSVP Panel

Dr. Rahul Sharma and Dr. Sheila Yarbrough, instructors at Argosy University, Chicago, recently served as panelists at the 25th Anniversary celebration of Resources for Sexual Violence Prevention (RSVP) at the University of Chicago.

The event included a lunch that was followed by the panel discussion titled “The Past, Present, and Future of Prevention.”

Yarbrough is an associate faculty member and department chair at The Graduate School of Business and Management and Bachelor of Science programs at Argosy University, Chicago and Argosy University, Schaumburg. Sharma is an assistant professor and the coordinator of the diversity concentration. He’s also an assistant professor at the Illinois School of Professional Psychology at Argosy University, Chicago.

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Schaumburg Campus Hosts Mental Health Summit

Argosy University, Schaumburg and the Center for Health Services recently presented the 2nd Annual Mental Health Summit. The event focused on the opioid crisis, overdose awareness and prevention.

Congressman Peter Roskam, who represents the 6th District of Illinois in Washington, DC, discussed the work he is doing to address the opioid crisis in the Schaumburg region. Upon his return to Washington, the congressman hoped to “reach across the aisle” to share what Argosy University, Schaumburg is doing to prepare students to work with clients struggling with opioid addiction.

Following the event, guest speaker Chris Reed spoke to news station WGN (9). Reed was commended for the work he’s accomplished through his addiction recovery program, New Directions.

Over 50 people attended the Mental Health Summit.

Special thanks to the event committee:

  • Julie Robinson, Ph.D., Department Chair of Counseling, Argosy University, Schaumburg
  • Ris Orhorha, MHA, President and CDEO, Center for Health Services
  • Dan Liewald, student in the MAP program at Argosy University, Schaumburg
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Dr. Robert Eme Publishes Article in Aggression and Violent Behavior Peer-Reviewed Journal

Robert Eme, PhD, professor of clinical psychology, the Illinois School of Professional Psychology at Argosy University | Schaumburg recently published an article entitled “Sex differences in temperament: A partial explanation for the sex difference in the prevalence of serious antisocial behaviors” in the Aggression and Violent Behavior peer-reviewed journal.

According to the article abstract, temperamental traits have long been understood to be important constructs for understanding normal and abnormal development. But their relevance to criminal justice has only recently been recognized. The paper explores how the sex difference in three temperamental dimensions contributed to the massive sex difference in the severest forms of antisocial behavior.

The article is located in the publication’s, Volume 40, 2018, Pages 101-107, ISSN 1359-1789. Learn more here.

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